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The Spider and Fly

Spiderwebs in the corners
Shaking from the crying mourners
Oh why Oh why did they cry
Did the spider kill the fly

The fly was so nice and sweet
But the spider only saw her as meat
So he wrapped her away in a cocoon
And put her asleep till the full moon

And on the fateful night
He gave the fly a dreadful bite
She cried out in pain for only second
For death beckoned

So we are gathered around her
grave
To give a final wave
We tell descendants of fly that she was sweet
But spiders will always think a fly is something to eat





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